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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 December 1900

.í .. i. M •I Ti* ira Ib Boo han last Huleo. Tha «r *u lonotid by Rmui Oampbell, the Meticón traveler, and about M follows: Boom mn ago whim Mr Camphall traveling through the great T«- Canon. he hod a ««at on the aiil « of the car oast to the mountain, the rocks of the cliff were within two feet of the window, and of course ha could get not even a glltnpaa of th> canon, aa all ths window on the other •Ida of the car were taken up by 'h«* occupant* sf the adjoining seata. De- fsrmlned to view the magnificence of the canon, Mr Campbell returned to i<aa Canoa*, and through <ha courtly of railway officials made the world famous ride on board what the super- intendent eaMed his "trolley." an opeo «ar wah aswt* for eisht persona, and With this ride came the id* (hat the only Wttj the magnificence of Mesico's car had to go. The the building of a ooosensier ear wttkMt a toa m de- cldad on. and tha Obllllltll hum in evolution from a work «or to tbo roal car, and to tha consummation ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 December 1900

W5 laV.'vv «A. r4cts Spec ial Agent B. E. L. Saner has just completed his biennial rport of univraity lands from Aug. 31, huid in M says that to is ^ _ vary «lowly, aa there are upward oí 900 defendants, but that it ought to come to trial tome time early in the coming year. The report «hows Mat the re- ceipt* in handling university lands for the year commencing Aug. 31, 1898, and ending Sept. 1, 1809, are $54,670.74, while that *hc follow* ing year is only 93!),2A1.4A, or in round number a difference of f15,000 less wan received the past year than the year before. This increase in the receipts of 1898 is due to the collection of a larger property amount of buck leases. In 1895, 1898, to Sept. 1, 1900. The report vben the ^ of regenU were has been for arded to Messrs. üeo. given contn>1 of the ualver ity W. Bracken ridge, 1. tí. Henderson ian¿gf the receipt from that sourcc and Beauregard Bryan, committee that veiir wert. $^^3.40. The on lands of the university. Ihe re- iea#eij jn...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 December 1900

the aide of Carntual. In highest mountain i« gradient of one foot la # • foot on a road ll (mi wide and on n ton weight Datmlar car Is a rath- ar earning performance, but it has Just been accomplished by It. J. Merredy and Dr. Ooloban, two eathueiaatic mo- torista from Dublin, who performed a Journey of from «00 to 1,000 miles ou their ble Idilniier caw In the south of Ireland recently, aaya the London Kx preaa. Mr, Mecredy gives us an inter- eetlnt account of the experience. The teat was tbe sevencst for a motor car In the British leles, and when half way up they almost repented their fol- ly in v «.opting It. taking into ac- count that the cars wore valued at $b,000 and that thoy bad nine passen- gers to reckon with, and there vutre va- rloua interesting problems to consider ae ta the behavior of huge vehicle* weighing over a ton each on gradients which horeei'rawu vehlclea rarely ta* Ule. The route up the mountain side was xlgsai; bnrd'rlnit on it preci- pice, and there wuh tltcr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 December 1900

VM ~ ' •. ' **- ,-f/ ' ¡'•.tó- •. w >.<■■ , n : f . __ fRESIDENFS McSSAGE. V Dm nmI* *ad Imm If up win i - A'. th «vs'Tnin of the old and ihe in- camine of iIm h« century you on .«ii t hr'kioi o I th* rirtyaixth oommh with evidence on every hand of indi- vidual and national pros parity and with proof of growing ftrenglh and increaalng power for ( u<l of republican Inatltutlons. Vour countrymen will Join with you In felicitation that Amaricen liberty In more lirmly established than over bofore, «ml that love for It and the determlna- llon to prcaerve It aro more universal (han at any former period of our hle- °The republic wat never «o «tronar, I*- -*auae ti ver «o atrongly Intrenched In tho «•arte of the people a* now. The con- stitution, with few amendmenta. ««fata aa a left th* hand of It* author . The ad- ditlona which have been made to II pro- < lalm larger freedom and mora attended <tttaenehip Popular government han '.enunitratad In Ita IM yean of trial here ita ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 December 1900

•puro ■B£ ttnd I £ rtM ! directed that tlon in Cuta ml conven- gg | MÉH inl government parauanue inenof. tbe uM ib* Instructions, held on the Sth of an tta rtMM «ta UaM áetWUM* f ta tav* gamim the follMr'lac! "Aa mlllutry goveYnoruf ihe Island. r«|iraMniln> tin ureeldent of tbe t'nitad Hum. I «W tela convention to order. It will ta your duty Drat to frame and •topi a Moot Hut Ion for Culm, and whan that han been dona, to formúlate what In your oelnlon ought to be the relatione bet wean Cuba and the t'tilted fltatee." Whan tha convention conclude* Ita la- bor 1 «III traaaaitt t« the congreae the ronetltutlnn by the convention for Ita ronalderailon and for aiich action aa It way ta itaamad advisable Tta Aruiy. Tha nrasiwt personnel strength of the army la lOo.oos m«n a.ow tauulara and K.aet volunte* n« I'ndcr the act of Manib S. UW. on tta Mill of Juna neat Ita pTMMt volunteer forue will ba die- rharfMl ata tta regular army will ba reduced ta UK officers and 9.0m enllatad man- ia I...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 December 1900

ppfBSP? f|mf '1''v■" OF .ICAN MOUSE TO PRIM IMPORTANT MIAIURIIt D. 0.. December 1— of the houee in proper* with great rigor the 1 bmc of lb* short Which OOBVeBCI preliminary by the various itteso ea the importaat mean- Mil lor the reduettaa of tho tho orar nor Mil. tho liver aad harbor Moral of the approprlatloa the lacWotlve Mill «tarto a tall head of steam. The MU la eoaoMerod ursent owing to tho pMrtMUtka of oMMtlag mrenueoa op- poMtlea after It rsaehso tho eeaate. Mi It Is tho lateatloa of tho leaders So gst It out of the way at the earll ost poeetMe momoat It will be re- ported probably oa Tasador sad will ho taksa ap at oaee, unless, after eoaeultatloa. u Is decided to let the loo, executive sad Jadlclal ap- bill, which also will bo toady oa Tuesday, la ahead of it The doMeerato will cencas oa the •nay Mil oa Moaday, aad the ladlca- «leas aow are that they will «Her a aahotitote tor the permanent organ taattaa oi so sure a bill extaBdiag tor two or three years the precept law ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 December 1900

THE CALDWELLjnCWS CHROmC^CAI^gL^ PEOPLE YOU KNOW. I VW^W?W'.*WW W'.WWJ Mr. and Mrs*. W. T. Caufield, of Bowie, who have been visit- in|f for Home time at the home of Rev. W. K. James and (i. K. Marshal Uofiie, of Navasota, ¡Jame*, will leave Saturday for was a visitor here Tuesday. Rockdale to spend a few days C. S. Adums and wife, of Clay, ¡ Wfurc rcl,irnin'>' ho,m- were shopping in town Tuesday. Will Thompson, after spend Hon. J. K. Hdcp «,.ent twolin«" ,cw ^r wi,h hU days this week in Austin on business. Frank Mikeska has a clerk ship at Stone & drug store. , , ... ^ Draper Johnson who nun been Mrs. F. J. Newcomb has been! for somc time at Corsicana en- quite sick all the week, but is gaged aH a stenographer, re- new improving. turned Saturday and will remain Ruth ilartslicld has been very unt'' .January with his step- sick this week, but is reported father. Mr. Scott. He has just better at our press hour. recovered from a severe spell of Miss Bettie Scott 1-ft Mondav ^vcl...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 December 1900

7, r in th kopeUn miMülhropa, Ik rhadow I am fain to tropa. When I behoM a ron ao fair. I think of thorn* well hidden «hero. Whfn bree aoft «weep o'er tha plain. 1 think about a hurricane. When raindrops patter on the ground. 1 think of flood with fear profound. When fleecy ciouda float o'er the blut, 1 think of deadly «terms that brew. When butterflies aro light of wing. I think of gruba with shuddering. >o go your way and do not try To stanch my tear nor May my sigh. In thadows leave me here to grope. I am the hopcfrss misanthrope. —Washington Star. RETURN OF 'LONZO. There wore four of the boys of the Bar Lazy Y outfit at the home ranch on Cinnamon when 'Lonzo Boggs got back. Phil Barer was already in his bunk with his blanket pulled up over his head, as was his evil habit; Scotty and Todd Pickley were playing eucher by the light of a stable lantern, in the doorway, where they got the benefit of the breeze, and Lem Fuller, with his back turned to them, monopolized the table and...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 December 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, DECEMBER 7, 1900. IS VBHTW0QU18II. Art That A fmM to tk Supratitioaa la Pait Aim. Ventriloquism is now an amuse- ment, but it used to he a very scriaua buaineM. To it the old religions owed much, and without it nearly «11 their oracles and talking statues would have been dumb. In Persia, Oreeee and Egypt the ventriloquist was made much of, and secured for the mys- teries. The people then feared hj.u; now they laugh at him. But they only laugh at him in civil- ized countries, says (Jolden Days. In Ashantee, for iii.4p.nee, the ventrilo- quist is still n power, or was some years ago, as the event here related clearly hIiows. A man there died, ami to dis- cover the cause of liis death, the tribe was assembled In the center of n large hut there v\i> put a roughly-cut wooden doll, a symbol of some native deity, duly decorated with the appn priate mystical orrmmcnls. Into the hut the |k'ople were brought, and the feti-hmiui. or prn t —-feat...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 December 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS • CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. I Stories of tt)« Stroot 3 — The Preabyterian church is new coat of paint Moadav night was the regalar annual election of officers by the Caldwell Camp No. 199, W, O. W., and the following were . aew co o,^;^ ^ ^ for and being otherwise improved. * vear: - The express office was;' Gi L Williams, C. C.; R. Lee moved to O. P. Storm s store. j0¡0er, A. L.;Thos. Kraitchar, Jr.. ¡ Mr. Storm having been checked banyer; w. H. Moses, physician; in as agent Tuesday. T< jj. Brewer, escort; J. H. Por-( watchman: R. W. Clark.; FRESH GROCERIES, **C. A. Langlotz, of Birch, was in town Thursday dispos- ing of his last bale of cotton. Mr. Langlotz has had consider- able sickness in his family of late, but reports all improving now. ter, sentry; John Struwe, manager; three vears . —C. W. F. Windell has re- cently bought 54)0 beeves of R. Tuesday night Caldwell Lodge! No. 191, K. of P., held its an- nual election, resulting as fol-, lows: Jesse W. Jenkins, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 December 1900

SIXTEEN MAM. Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUK AIM IS THE UHEATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS ANO WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XXI. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1900. NO. 29. £rom Our Stura! Staff. ! YEUOW PRAIRIl. Chmikkman. Tex.. MccimhIkt 11. Koitok Nkws-Chkonklk; John Taylor left Monday for Bal linger to accept a position as station agent at that place. Míhh Gracie Stovall returned last Saturday to Caldwell after spending a few days with rela- tive here. Tom Johnston caine home last week after an absence of sev- eral weeks in the upper coun- ties. Jack I' lans .mil son, Vernon, took advantage of the Houston excursion Mondas and spent several day in the Ma you 'its. J. K. Sewell . n«5 family spent last Saturday and Sunday with friends near Tunis. W. H. Hill, of Morton, i*. mov- ing here this week, he will lo- cate here for the coming year. Dave Mia. U, T. M. Travlor, i Frank Wes an«l and Henry Wauer. all Woodmen, attended the unfiling Sundav at Harmo- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 December 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS, DECEMBER 14, 1*100. CAIOWEIL NCWS4HR0MCLE. B. LIE JOMCI. • • • t. HOUSTON GEMIAN, Editor ImuwI Every Friday Muro log. ond-flu * matter. £ in Burleson county who could go through another year without praprteter.jgiving a mortgage, though they have not done such a thing for years, if they would make one determined, honest, whole-souled effort. There is no question Kuf-vd IntUeOildwell p° to«c- M C- ^ Mcn have dooe ¡t< been respected all the year and | at the end felt like free men and new citizens. However hard and ' pinching the following rule may! be to live by, yet it will do the work: "Buy for cash and pro- duce on time." The Farm and Ranch man wasn't idling his time away when he penned that line. He knew there was no other way to face a frowning the vear <$><$> *1"$* Caldwell. Texa*, Friday. December 14. Sttbscrtptioa Rates. M Year . Months ur Montn <> Months Pavahlc in Advance.) Advertíalas Rates. All ad vertlsln...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 December 1900

25222255 WAMMSION NtWS LIIIIR. Washington, I), c., Uee. 7. Roitom Nkwk-Chkonici.k : The republican leaders in con- greta «re on their knees to the brewers, beting to be let off ■with a rnntll reduction in the tax on beer, instead of the entire war tax as demanded by the brewers. All this has been brought about in a week. A week ago the republican mem- bers of the ways and means committee refuacd to even con- sider a reduction in the beer tax. Since then Representative Bab- cock, who was chairman of the republican congressional commit- tee and knew all about campaign contributions and promises, has succeeded Dolliver, of Iowa, who has gone to the senate, as a mem- ber of the ways and means com- mittee and has told the repub- lican members thereof a few things, as Hanna has also done. Now it is no longer a question of whether there will be a re- duction of the beer tax. but of how small a reduction the brew- ers can be cajoled into accept- ing. The bill as reported Irom the ways and m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 December 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. 1 f- Unvrillni. After the ceremony wa« con- cluded, Sovereign W. A. Frazer, of Dalian, head clerk of jurisdic- tion "C" and general deputy of Texas, was introduced and made Almost the full membership of the Woodmen lodge turned out Sunday to take part in the un- veiling service at the grave of Sovereign J. M. Haddox. After the origin gathering at the hall the mem- P°ses oi tbe ™"der. families and 14, i«m Rev. W. Wootton and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Stone returned Mon- day from Rockdale where they a very instructive address on had been attending benefits bers with their friends drove to Harmony grave- yard, about six miles from town, where the monument had been erected. Dinner was served about a quarter of a mile from the grave- yard on an open lot, which was a beautiful location. Every ap- petite was keen and robust, as the day was a glorious one. The dinner was as excellent as any ever served in Burleson county, and though there were about three hun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 December 1900

NEGOTIATIONS OFFICIALS N BEGIN. WITH CMINKM NOW IN IOMT. buildlag I «I tita it IS, via Taku.—At if tha gatnlotars. called l( LI Haag Chug ind had power (roa tho court aagoUatloaa (or a settle- MutU of Chino, nome of the aUtad that tbey won au- to truot with Uiom u repro- of Chino, while others, In toe Oormati minister, bod not Instructions in the metier, however, that OS ooa M Meson Setow, the British boll receive word to aeree note tbey will commeuee wltb Li Huns Chang and IC. uuleto otherwise lu- strado* to their home govern menu. Oauut Ton Waldersee has turner over 9M.0M as the Brltlch share of the reonlt of toe Poa Tins Ku espldltlou to OoMMrf Oeoalee, who In turn gave the mmm to Minister Below to be uoed tor toe benflt of the Chinese who need help during tUe winter. Li Hang Chang vial ted General Chaf- fee today. He soys tbet bis powers to liigotiaU with the foreign envoys, though conferred by telegraph, art- ab- solute aad complete. At toe meeting of the provincial held today,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 December 1900

WHINMBsmW $■-' y?¿r,V' r I; Jim w who, at ti, is the oldest V ni tad States senator, hat liquor or tobaeeo, and * a We to attend to his com id- Willi correspondence without the aid of a amanuensis. A tablet marking the site of the in which Samuel F B Mow kit home for many year and died, has been pla<*-d on a ten-story buaises* block in Twenty -second street, Now York. It *a* formerly the home itself, which was torn down to make room for ti : larger building — ♦ • ♦— ■■ KM, aai Met Nap?y. Mia* HockefeUer, the daughter of the oil magnate whom sonic person eeüaiate to be the richest man in the world, has confe****! to a I/mdon in terviewer that ala. is not happy, and die told him, a* he (or shejt report that he might *teH it to all and sun dry who envy xae" When the as- tonished interviewer remarked that she was a philosopher, she «aid: ''Not a philosopher, only thinker. It is poverty which, perhaps, ft ught ethers to think. I learned it through wealth." ♦ ♦ • Botaratea* to Mara th ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 December 1900

rmtotiM «f fttwaty Mm if the Al «V CENSUS BUREAU • Mm I AraiMylag Mcrsaw Mi («i* ¡ Mku Hal tM litie Mm a largt Mm CMif'tMflcy. Washington, Doe. 0.—The popu- lation of certain incorporated placen in Texas having a popula- tion of more than ¥000, but less than 3&.000. is a follow i: Abilene IMIi, A u.-1 in. '¿'¡.'i!ih, Tla-trop 814ft, Beaumont ; tVT, He I ton JiTOO, Honhatn .">ol5i, Bowie, •><iOO. Hrow iiwikhI Mri'd bam 5'jWk, Brownsville Bryan n*>8'h Calvert .'iíltíV, Cameron 3<HI, Olarksville '¿0(i! , i'leburm iif.'i, Comanche Corpus Chnsti lOM. ('..rsicana #313. Crockett '¿til2. Cuero 3!•."<!. llcnison 11 .SOT. 1 tentón 4\h7, K>uh- )in ¥370, KI l'a-o lü.ítOt , Kiwi* 4911 , Gainesville ?8TI, t eorgetown ?Tf 0, flonwle* '207, tJreeir dV< tfxt 0. !!carne Hdlsboro H>, Honey Grow ¥4.vl,HnntsviMr ¥ I**' . Jffffrw>n Kaufman (.ampara- Vio*. 1 .oi khart 2.¡"it. M< Kjijii' V 4;#1 'i, Marshall MM, Mineral Well* 48.VT. New New Orleans, La., Dec. O.—Tlie mos...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 December 1900

99 =5! 9WS Miss Delta Vitan, • bright, eomely and intelligent young lady sf 19 yean, pawed through Pari* on the way to Keeoma, I. T., to join her father, whom she had not •«as hi seventeen yean. She relat- ad a romantic atory. Hor father waa mi artist. Her mother died while they were living in Arkansas. She waa then only t years old. When her mother died her father left her with her grandmother and became separated from her. Her grandmother died while she was still a child and wn auat took her. In a short time the aunt moved away, but before leaving a man and his wife who'were neighbors, and who had no childreo, persuaded the aunt to let them have her. The child was given another name and grew up in ignorance of who her parents were. She finally discover- ed that they were not her parents. [Realizing that she was getting old enough to attend school, and her foster parents allowing her to grow up in ignorance, she says that she left them, went to Arkadelphia and worked for her boasd ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 December 1900

MUtftMMMk f wall la Grayson ta raiaed a Im paean Is la demand la I €311 baa shipped over 201,- i of peonna. la the vicinity of Hunt* •iBgtoa. Tas.. la tremendoua. Cmm to faat being ground and ayrup arouad Huntington. baa ahlpped 937 head of mulee boa Navarro county thin year. Plantara around Turtle Bayou eapeflt to pal In 16,0000 acres of rice next • mnnmnl Holly Bank* of Franklin county made four and a half halea of cottoa from three aeree thla year. The bonus offered by the Uvalde merchants of fs.60 on every bal of oottoa aoid In that market Is bearing fruit Hon I. W. Collier with Mesera. T. J. Hooka and H. W. Tumor, all of Bane- mon. have purchased a tract of Mata- sorda Hon lanria, comprising between MM and 6000 arres, Two American girls Minees Sloeem and Page, are making money raising kitd selling str&wlterrlftt and turkeys la Manila. T. P Hamilton of Trinity VaMey. near llrtrigpport. Wian county. gather- ed 400 bushels of vinel* yaws to the acre. W M. l*ale of wise county,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 December 1900

CALDWELL KlWg-OHEOinCLI, OALDWKI* TEXAS, DIO. 1< 1100 SH&R T SESSIO/f OF COJV&RESS (WHktaftoa LMtar.) The mmIob of Congruas which m«t December 3d la Invested with historie interest because It vu Juat 100 yean aas that Congress Aral met In the aap- Ital city and la the capítol fculWlB . November 17 waa the centennial day. 'It waa tba day " says a writer, "when the young nation loft Its tan* porary abiding plaoe la Philadelphia ood quae ta lta psrroaaent hams aad ta a new bo lidia* reared far lta 3ag)a> latlve bodle*. Congmes bad adjiaraad mot only will It aecesaltato Ua rscast- lag of ooagrsaalonal dlatrleta la May of tba stats*. but It luvolvss a possl- bUlty of euttfng down tba repreeenta- tloo of tba aoutb oa acoouat of tba al- íate dlafraaobtaaaiaat of Ulltarata ne- gra . Par tbla raaaoa tba ooaatry. aad tba aoutb particularly, la watehlag development* It la probable, however, tba nothing wlU éa dono alan* tbla Haa. The praaideat aad tba leaders la eoagresa are unda...

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